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Learn About the Health of Beaver Brook, Wilmington, VT

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Learn About the Health of Beaver Brook, Wilmington, VT

October 31st, 2018|Tags: , |

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CONTACT:   Kathy Urffer, CRC River Steward
kurffer@ctriver.org, 802-258-0413

Ryan O’Donnell, Water Quality Monitoring Coordinator
rodonnell@ctriver.org; 413-772-2020 ext.217

Learn About the Health of Beaver Brook, Wilmington, VT
And What Citizens Can Do to Help

Brattleboro, VT— Connecticut River Conservancy and Deerfield River Watershed Association invite landowners and concerned citizens to join them Thursday, November 8th from 5 pm to 7 pm at Memorial Hall (14 West Main Street) in Wilmington, VT for a public forum to learn about and discuss the health of one of Wilmington’s downtown waterways, Beaver Brook. Refreshments will be served.

Volunteers with Deerfield River Watershed Association have been conducting water quality sampling in Beaver Brook and other Wilmington area waterways for the past two years.  Additionally, through a Vermont Watershed Grant, Connecticut River Conservancy staff conducted a stream walk of Beaver Brook in June of this year to visually assess the health of the brook.

Guests from state and local agencies will be on hand to answer questions and assist with detailed watershed information.

The Deerfield River Watershed Association is a non-profit with the mission to preserve and protect the resources of the watershed in Southern Vermont and Northwestern Massachusetts

Since 1952, Connecticut River Conservancy has been the voice for the Connecticut River watershed, from source to sea. They collaborate with partners across four states to protect and advocate for your rivers and educate and engage communities. They bring people together to prevent pollution, improve habitat, and promote enjoyment of your river and its tributary streams. Healthy rivers support healthy economies. To learn more about CRC, or to make a contribution to help protect the Connecticut River, visit www.ctriver.org.

This project was funded in part by a grant from the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department.

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